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After the Abduction Audio CD – Unabridged, 1 March 2021
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About the Author
Sabrina Jeffries is the author of forty-six novels in the romance, historical romance, and paranormal romance genres, as well as four stand-alone novels and four novellas, some published under the pseudonyms Deborah Martin and Deborah Nicholas. She has more than nine million books in print in twenty languages.
- ASIN : B08ZBRS17F
- Publisher : Tantor and Blackstone Publishing; Unabridged edition (1 March 2021)
- Language : English
- Audio CD : 1 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8200250691
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 19.05 cm
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Two years have passed since Daniel and Helena went on their chase to retrieve Juliet. She's had two dull seasons, albeit with several marriage offers. But... Juliet cannot get Morgan and the mysteries surrounding why he abducted her off her mind. Worse yet, he seems to have disappeared without a trace so she can't even confront him. Now, rumors about Juliet are beginning to surface in London based on that episode in her life. She's determined to have answers so Griff and Rosalind escort Juliet to the the reclusive baron - Sebastian, Lord Templemore's home - who is somehow associated with Morgan. When Juliet arrives at Sebastian's home, she immediately knows he is the man who kidnapped her two years ago. He denies it.
What is Sebastian's game? His answers about having a missing twin brother seem suspect. Juliet will have her answers and she will take them out of Sebastian's skin if necessary. No longer the sweet, biddable girl Sebastian knew two years ago, she's a woman who's had two years to agonize over her mistakes and to consider how she was left feeling like a fool. Plus, it smarts that her family may think she lacks good judgment. Someone will pay! But, first she must figure out a way to trap Sebastian into revealing he's the one who kidnapped her.
As usual, Griff can be counted on to allow his volatile character to shine forth at every opportunity and both Sebastian and Rosalind provide him with fodder for his passions. He's almost a cartoon character, he shows such a lack of restraint. There's a sweet secondary story about Rosalind's attempts to get pregnant, Griff misunderstanding some happenings between Rosalind and Sebastian and so forth.
Bottom line: I don't know when I've read a book with a more intriguing Main Guy as we have in Sebastian. I loved him. True, he has much to make up for, but count on Juliet to lead him on the chase of his life.